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Snapshots

See what’s next in Vivaldi with the latest public test builds

Snapshot 1.5.626.8 – URL field enhancements, Vivaldi banners and a small update

Today’s snapshot clears up a bunch of issues, with a particular focus on the URL field. There is also a “small update”, which will become apparent in the next release.

You will need to download today’s Windows snapshot to see the surprise in our next one.

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Changelog

  • [Windows] UAC dialog appears backgrounded sometimes during upgrade (VB-21383)
  • [Regression] Folder selection doesn’t work in Add Bookmark dialog (VB-21844)
  • [Regression][Notes] URL from previous note displayed in note without URL (VB-21714)
  • [Search field] Improve results update in drop down
  • [Spatnav] Can skip links that should be focussed (VB-21273)
  • [Speed Dial] Crash while adding pinterest.com (VB-21795)
  • [Themes] Performance can be improved further (VB-21797)
  • [URL] Result from one tab can surface in another tab (VB-21977)
  • [URL] Progress bar showing more loaded elements than total elements (VB-21814)
  • [URL] Use “?” in to explicitly specify a search (VB-19713)
  • [URL] Dragging scroll bars closed the drop down (VB-21859)
  • [URL] Right click on the address bar doesn’t select the whole URL (VB-19561)
  • [URL] Autocompletion sometimes not working on new single key chars (VB-21863)
  • Open sessions dialog is cut by browser UI (VB-21858)
  • Settings search field looses focus (VB-21922)
  • Pressing “Save As” for some file types doesn’t always prompt for path (VB-7762)
  • Make “Bookmark All Open Pages” save into newly created folder (VB-5491)
  • Tab activation a mess when middle clicking close button (VB-19864)
  • Do not show trash folder on bookmarks bar (VB-21762)
  • Upgraded to Chromium 53.0.2785.148
Ruarí Ødegaard
Written by Ruarí Ødegaard

Quality assurance and testing. A fan of Linux (Slackware), unicycling, simple solutions and a “slow” life style.


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